Drea Renee Knits

Midwest Mitts

5.00
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Midwest Mitts

5.00

These are the mitts I pull on when hiking in the woods up north, or knitting in front of the fire at our cabin. Just enough cozy while keeping your fingers free to get the job done!

*In purchasing this product you will receive a .pdf pattern for the pictured item so that you can knit them up yourself, not the actual finished item.

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These are the mitts I pull on when hiking in the woods up north, or knitting in front of the fire at our cabin. Just enough cozy while keeping your fingers free to get the job done!

*In purchasing this product you will receive a .pdf pattern for the pictured item so that you can knit them up yourself, not the actual finished item.

These mitts are a fun exploration into stranded colorwork! Utilizing a fun arrow motif, they are a great stashbuster. I knit these inside out to help control my floats and loved the result. There is a video link in the notes of the pattern if you would like to try it too!

Sizes: One size

Yarn: 37 grams/180 yards Fingering Weight:
MC - 21 grams/100 yards
CC1 - 10 grams/50 yards
CC2 - 6 grams/30 yards

Suggested Yarn: Knitpicks Palette Fingering in:
MC - Cream
CC1 - Pimento
CC2 - Sagebrush

Suggested Needles: US 4 and US 3 circulars for magic loop or DPNs

Notions: Stitch markers, stitch holder, tapestry needle

Gauge (worked over stockinette): 30 sts and 40 rows/ 4” using size smaller needles

Finished Measurements:
Unstretched circumference - 7 inches
Length - 7.5 inches

Techniques to indulge in: stranded colorwork, thumb gusset, reading a chart, knitting in the round

Ravelry Pattern Page - click HERE  to purchase this pattern thru Ravelry and to take a peek at other knitters completed mitts!

This product is a digital .pdf download. Once you purchase the pattern you will be given a unique link to download the pattern to your computer, phone or tablet. The link will expire so please make sure to download and save your pattern. Patterns are for individual use only and are protected by international copyright law.